Kitchen Crashers

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  • DKCR-113H
    Alison "crashes" the Lincolnwood Fire Department, giving them a complete kitchen remodel including bright red countertops and subway tile backsplash with a red grout accent, three new stainless refrigerators and a coffee bar. Their massive

  • DKCR-206H
    An outdated, country-style kitchen isn't cutting it for homeowners who love all things bling. Alison Victoria rips out the soffit and closes off a doorway to the dining room to create additional and much-needed storage space for the couple

  • DKCR-301FH
    The bad news is Dena and Michael Kelly have a tiny Chicago kitchen with a growing family and need a lot more space. The good news is they have two huge advantages: a dining room just on the other side of the wall and Alison Victoria crashin

  • DKCR-405FH
    Alison and the Kitchen Crashers gang tackle a small, old, kitchen by first removing a huge wall that divides the space. Then, along with tons of natural light, the new stuff floods into this space starting with a raised floor topped with da

  • DKCR-508FH
    Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew tackle a small, dilapidated kitchen to completely expand and update the space. The renovation starts with new flooring, cabinets, and countertops. Then the custom touches are created next with a reclaime

  • DKCR-506FH
    Alison and the Kitchen Crashers gang find a blank slate rooftop with a million dollar view. The transformation begins with two new raised floors, one of Ipe and the other porcelain. Then it's time for custom made cabinets, granite counterto

  • DKCR-111H
    Grandma's old-fashioned kitchen is transformed into a modern and functional space perfect for both cooking and dining. Stainless steel appliances, marble subway tile, patterned wallpaper, white quartz countertops and a custom-built seating

  • DKCR-212H
    When Alison ambushes Val and Bob Honan she finds the couple has completely renovated their Chicago home except for the kitchen. Literally starting from the ground up, Alison and the crew build new floors, cabinets, a custom banquet, a one o

  • DKCR-313FH
    Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew find a young couple, both teachers, who are running out of space in their cramped, dated kitchen. The renovation starts with removing one interior wall to create a seating area and then knocking out an e

  • DKCR-304FH
    Alison Victoria translates this couple's love for color into a Spanish-themed kitchen with plenty of pop. The extremely dated and dirty kitchen is taken down to the studs to make room for a brand new layout featuring a long island with Bott

  • DKCR-112H
    Big Mama's bustling and overcrowded kitchen is converted into a two-room space perfect for cooking, entertaining and accommodating this large family. Stainless steel appliances, red accent cabinets, sparkling countertops, a personalized ph

  • DKCR-210H
    With the 'Blog Cabin' coming together nicely in Maine, host Chris Grundy has a list of blogger choices to put into a giant empty space which needs to be a kitchen. Enter Alison Victoria to save the day with cabinets, countertops, kitchen is

  • DKCR-310FH
    Alison Victoria perfectly blends this couple's love of art and eclectic design with their need for more storage and functionality in the kitchen. The drab lifeless kitchen with its "surgery room" island and "poo brown" grout is transformed

  • DKCR-401FH
    Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew find a Chicago couple with a kitchen that can only be described as depressing. From floor to ceiling, nothing can stay including the tiles with little pregnant women on them. So this space get a total re

  • DKCR-403FH
    Alison and the Kitchen Crashers crew find a couple of single Chicago guys with a dismal kitchen dedicated to the enjoyment of beer. One refrigerator is shoved into a doorway and the other has holes cut in the side for a beer tap. After Ali

  • DKCR-501FH
    Alison sets out to turn a mismatched kitchen that's falling apart into a sleek and sophisticated kitchen and dining space that looks like a million bucks. She starts by taking out a useless pony wall to open the kitchen into the dining roo

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About This Show

You never know what you'll be bringing home from the home improvement store. How about a brand-new kitchen — for free? DIY Network's Kitchen Crashers is in stores across America looking for the perfect weekend warriors who could definitely use some help with their kitchen. Once we find our target, our team follows the surprised shoppers home and completely transforms their dull kitchen into an eye-popping showstopper.

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